347 - Run

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Re: problem 347 WAAAA!!!!!!!

Post by uDebug » Tue Feb 18, 2014 2:34 pm

well I don't know what happened on my code
I always got WA
but I can't find out where my problem is,format? Or something I miss?
I don't know
pls someone for help!!!!!
Looks like all you need to do is perhaps change Line #87 from

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 printf("case %d: ",cases);
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 printf("Case %d: ",cases);
The word "case" is spelled with a capital C - so

Case

Not

case
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Re: problem 347 WAAAA!!!!!!!

Post by uDebug » Tue Feb 18, 2014 2:43 pm

Here's some input / output I found useful during testing / debugging.

Note that the time limit for this problem is 3 seconds. So be wary of the efficiency of your program.

Input:

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1111111
666666
555555
999999
888888
777777
10
248798
9000000
9000000
9000000
9000000
9000000
9000000
9000000
0
AC Output:

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Case 1: 1246895
Case 2: 734259
Case 3: 591342
Case 4: 1246895
Case 5: 895314
Case 6: 794253
Case 7: 13
Case 8: 253194
Case 9: 9415268
Case 10: 9415268
Case 11: 9415268
Case 12: 9415268
Case 13: 9415268
Case 14: 9415268
Case 15: 9415268
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Re: problem 347 WAAAA!!!!!!!

Post by bobSHIH » Thu Feb 20, 2014 9:50 am

v1n1t wrote: Looks like all you need to do is perhaps change Line #87 from

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 printf("case %d: ",cases);
to

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 printf("Case %d: ",cases);
The word "case" is spelled with a capital C - so

Case

Not

case
ooooooh~
i cant believe i make a so stupid mistake
THANK YOU FOR YOUR HELP
:D

btw i got AC without TLE

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Re: problem 347 WAAAA!!!!!!!

Post by uDebug » Thu Feb 20, 2014 9:53 am

bobSHIH wrote:btw i got AC without TLE
Wonderful! Well done!
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Re: 347 - Run

Post by matheusdallrosa » Thu Jan 08, 2015 5:11 am

i don't know why i'm getting TLE, i tested with all numbers in 10...9999999 and no one of the tests became in infinite loop.

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got AC
I don't know where is the performance problem. Please help-me?
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Re: 347 - Run

Post by lighted » Thu Jan 08, 2015 3:34 pm

Generate all run around numbers. Then for each query you can do binary or linear search.
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